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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Carbon Utilization Program Overview
Joseph Stoffa, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Novel Algae Technology for CO2 Utilization (SC0017077)
Ravi Prasad, Helios-NRG, LLC

Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide to Alcohols (FE0029868)
Feng Jiao, University of Delaware

Integrated Capture and Conversion of CO2 to Methanol (ICCCM) Process Technology (TCF-19-17862)
Robert Dagle and David Heldebrant, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Storing CO2 in Built Infrastructure: CO2 Carbonation of Precast Concrete Products (FE0030684)
Brian Robert Ellis, University of Michigan

Beneficial use of CO2 from Coal-Fired Power Plants for Production of Animal Feeds (FE031717)
Tryg Lundquist, MicroBio Engineering

Carbon Dioxide and Renewable Electricity into Chemicals: Chemical Production from Coal Flue Gas (FE0031706)
Hongzhou Yang, Dioxide Materials, Inc.

Electrochemical Conversion of CO2 from Coal into Fuels and Chemicals Using a Modified PEM Electrolyzer (FE0031712)
Kendra Kuhl, Opus 12, Inc.

Life Cycle Analysis of Carbon Utilization Technologies at NETL
Timothy Skone, U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Electrochemical CO2 Conversion
Douglas Kauffman, U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Thursday, October 22, 2020

Panel on Testing Facilities

Wyoming Infrastructure Authority
Jason Begger, Wyoming Integrated Test Center

National Carbon Capture Center
John Northington, Southern Company

International Test Center Network
Frank Morton, Southern Company

Evaluation of Concentrated Piperazine for CO2 Capture from Coal-Fired Flue Gas and NGCC Conditions
Gary Rochelle, The University of Texas at Austin

Validation of Transformational CO2 Capture Solvent Technology with Revolutionary Stability
Erik Meuleman, ION Engineering LLC

Field Scale Testing of the Thermocatalytic Ethylene Production Process Using Ethane and Actual Coal Fired Flue Gas CO2
Amit Goyal, Southern Research Institute

A Scalable Process for Upcycling Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and Coal Combustion Residues into Construction Products
Gaurav Sant, University of California, Los Angeles

Membrane-Integrated Sorbent Adsorption Process for Carbon Capture
Gokhan Alptekin, TDA Research

Panel Discussion on DAC and Utilization

Biofuels and Bioproducts
Ian Rowe, Bioenergy Technologies Office

Strategic Analysis in Advanced Manufacturing
Joe Cresko, Advanced Manufacturing Office

Carbon Conversion Technologies
Phil De Luna, National Research Council of Canada

Renewable Chemical Technologies
Randy Cortwright, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Advanced Algal Systems
Christy Sterner, Bioenergy Technologies Office